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Hi wonder if you can help me i have a dvd/hard disk player i can copy programs ok off tv , but if i play dvd movie there is hardly any sound , can here back ground but no voices , or if i put on soccer dvd its ok , seems to be just talking on the dvd films . thanks peter b [email protected]

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